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The Gator's Eye

The Student News Site of Green Level High School

The Gator's Eye

The Student News Site of Green Level High School

The Gator's Eye

California or Bust, No More?
California or Bust, No More?
C. Kroll, Staff Writer • January 19, 2023

Living in California used to be the height of convenience, sunlight, and scenic surroundings. The research triangle is home to residents from...

Folk artists perform dragon dance during a lantern show to celebrate the Lantern Festival at a shopping mall on February 26, 2021 in Changsha, Hunan Province of China.
What is Lunar New Year?
A. Khare, Staff Writer • January 19, 2023

Lunar New Year is a celebration of the arrival of spring and the beginning of the new year on the Chinese lunar calendar. It is celebrated in...

Why have so many flights been delayed recently?
A. Khare, Staff Writer • January 19, 2023

During the 2022 holiday season an abnormal amount of flights were canceled or delayed for long periods of time. Many of these flights were Southwest...

Niko Wiguna, creator of Chicos Chocos, holding a box of his bark.
Chico’s Chocos: A GL Sophomore’s Chocolate Business for Charity
R. Butler, Staff Writer • January 18, 2023

Niko Wiguna is a sophomore here at Green Level and the mastermind behind Chico's Chocos. This chocolate bark business/fundraiser donates all...

How to Get a 1600 on Your SAT
How to Get a 1600 on Your SAT
C. LaBiche, Staff Writer • January 17, 2023

The SAT exam is critical for college admissions and can be a daunting experience. But the good news is that with the right preparation, it doesn't...

Lorraine Inman and their peice Voicemail.
Green Level Students Sweep the Scholastic Awards
D. Khan and A. Hoch January 13, 2023

Every year, students from all across the country submit their work to the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. The awards consist of...

Is Whiskey an Anti-Feminist Character?: A Glass Onion Review
Is Whiskey an Anti-Feminist Character?: A Glass Onion Review
C. Ford and U. Pathak January 10, 2023

On December 23, Netflix released Glass Onion, the sequel to Knives Out.  The story centers on eccentric billionaire Miles, who hosts a murder mystery game for a select group of friends at his island property (called the Glass...

Canvas or Google Classroom: The Truth Behind the Controversy
Canvas or Google Classroom: The Truth Behind the Controversy
L. Eggers, Staff Writer • December 8, 2022

When it comes to opinions at this school, usually there are a lot of different answers. But the votes aren't even close when it comes to liking Canvas or Google Classroom more. Google Classroom has been one of the main platforms...

Does Daylight Savings time really give us more sleep?
Fall Back: Daylight Savings Could Be a Thing of the Past
November 18, 2022

Many are jumping for joy at gaining an hour of sleep this past Sunday (November 6th), and are unphased by turning all of their clocks back to...

Thrifting seems like an eco-conscious decision, is it really?
Thrifting: Sustainable or Classist?
November 18, 2022

What Is Thrifting? The term "thrifting" was coined by modern-day Americans as a shortened version of "thrift shopping", a kind of consumerism...

Elon Musk is now the CEO of Twitter.
Elon Musk Is Destroying Twitter
November 9, 2022

Elon Musk bought Twitter and became the CEO of Twitter, he is making a lot of changes to Twitter and they all aren’t for the better. Elon...

Lorraine Inman and their peice Voicemail.
Green Level Students Sweep the Scholastic Awards
D. Khan and A. Hoch January 13, 2023

Every year, students from all across the country submit their work to the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. The awards consist of Gold Keys, Silver Keys, and Honorable...

M3GAN promotional image from Universal Pictures.
M3GAN Movie Review
E. Harris, Staff Writer • January 11, 2023

The movie that scary movie fans have been waiting for is finally out. M3GAN, released January 6, 2023, was directed by Gerard Johnstone and written by Akela Cooper. The actress...

Popular book tropes include friends to lovers, enemies to lovers, and slow burns are popular book tropes. Image from Pexels.
The Dangers of Tropes
L. Nair, Staff Writer • January 4, 2023

According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of the trope is a “figure of speech.” In storytelling, however, a trope is a “convention....

Romance can be fun to read or watch, but it can also be very unrealistic.
The Perils of the Romance Genre
L. Nair, Staff Writer • January 4, 2023

Romance has always been a fascinating genre, from the classic tragic tale of Romeo and Juliet to the modern-day “not like the other girls”...

Artist Alley Gallery
C. Ford and U. Pathak December 19, 2022

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4 Tips To Help You Get Into Reading
C. Andrews and R. Bradford December 16, 2022

     Reading, and everything it entails is viewed by most as an admirable and intelligent pastime. Because of this, ‘becoming a reader’...